Decarbonize the U.S. energy system by accelerating innovation

(Mar 02 2021) Achieving net-zero carbon emissions in the U.S. by 2050 is feasible and would not only help address climate change but also build a more competitive economy, increase high-quality jobs, and help address social injustice in the en...


Carbon Capture Cluster Copenhagen founded

(Mar 02 2021) The largest utility companies in greater Copenhagen want to work together to capture 3 million tonnes of CO2 a year – but the plan requires immediate political action says C4.


Chevron commits $300 million for low-carbon investments

(Mar 01 2021) The Future Energy Fund II will focus on innovation in industrial decarbonization, emerging mobility, energy decentralization and the growing circular carbon economy.


CO2CRC launches technical advisory and consultancy

(Mar 01 2021) CO2CRC has established a wholly-owned subsidiary company CO2Tech to provide a range of services and expertise.


Econic Technologies appoints a new CEO as it enters its next phase

(Mar 01 2021) Catalyst technology company, Econic Technologies, has appointed Keith Wiggins as its new CEO to lead the next stage scale up and commercialisation of the business.


Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Game Changers in Asia

(Mar 01 2021) A compendium from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) showcases new and innovative low carbon technologies that have potential to be deployed in Asia and the Pacific.


Drax applies to build BECCS power station

(Mar 01 2021) Drax is to kickstart the planning process for its proposals to build ground-breaking negative emissions technology, bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) in the UK.


Graphene filter makes carbon capture more efficient and cheaper

(Feb 26 2021) Chemical engineers at EPFL have developed a graphene filter for carbon capture that surpasses the efficiency of commercial capture technologies, and can reduce the cost carbon capture down to $30 per ton of carbon dioxide.


C-Capture completes £8M funding round

(Feb 26 2021) The company secured funding from existing shareholders IP Group, Drax, and bp Ventures, with additional funding from the British Business Bank’s Future Fund.


Elkem studying CCS opportunities with Aker Carbon Capture and Saipem

(Feb 26 2021) Elkem is conducting a feasibility study for the establishment of carbon capture at its Norwegian smelters.


Summit Carbon Solutions develops 'world's largest' CCS project

(Feb 22 2021) Summit Carbon Solutions will lower the carbon footprint of biorefineries and other carbon dioxide emission sources throughout the Midwestern region of the United States.


Swansea University and Hanson collaborate on green hydrogen demo

(Feb 22 2021) Researchers at the Energy Safety Research Institute at Swansea University have installed a green hydrogen demonstration unit at Hanson’s Regen GGBS plant in Port Talbot, South Wales.


Europe needs to change course to hit 2030 emissions target

(Feb 22 2021) The base case forecast of a Wood Mackenzie report, ‘Fast and furious: Europe’s race to slash emissions by 2030’, sees the EU falling short of its goal, delivering only a 46% reduction over 1990 levels.


Qatar Petroleum world's largest LNG project includes substantial CCS

(Feb 22 2021) The North Field East Project's CCS system will integrate with a wider CCS scheme in Ras Laffan, which will be one of the largest in the world.


ENGIE and Equinor join forces in the development of low-carbon hydrogen

(Feb 18 2021) The partners will investigate the production and market potential for hydrogen from natural gas whereby the CO2 will be captured and stored permanently offshore.



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Issue 78 - Nov - Dec 2020

CCUS in Asia: Japan’s Tomakomai project - achievements and future outlook .. China’s policy framework to achieve ‘historic ambition’ of net-zero emissions Norway launches £2.1 billion ‘Longship’ project .. Rystad: Europe could see $35 billion in CCS.....